104 comments found

soames Purchased

Hi, I have just sent an email. Not sure why my name was displaying incorrectly before.

ppandp

Ok thanks, no problem.

soames Purchased

Hi

Thanks for the code info regarding the flexslider and Google Chrome on a PC.

.element {overflow:hidden; }

Could you let me know which line this needs to be added to in styles.css?

Also, is there any way the transitions between the images in the various galleries could be made smoother?

Thanks again

ppandp

At the end of styles.css would be fine. The transitions are created by the isotope filter, which you cannot change, except the speed.

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soames Purchased

Thanks again. The transition time between the images on the flexslider is a little slow. Can you let me know where I can change this. Is it on flexslider.css? If so, which line? Seems to be taking about 4 seconds between each image at the moment.

ppandp
https://github.com/woothemes/FlexSlider/wiki/FlexSlider-Properties

You have to change the slideshowSpeed or animationSpeed in jquery.isotope.load_home.js after line 5. for example: animationSpeed: “800”,

Hope this helps.

pluzzi Purchased
Hi, i’d really like to check back how this template would look in a more static version, so i just wanted to know:
  • +if it’s possible to disable the “responsive” part?
  • +if it’s possible to disable the transition-”animation” between each filter/(page) ?

      Thanks in advance, so far this template is working awesome!

      Dominik

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pluzzi Purchased

Have a good time, til then ;)

ppandp

Could you send me an email over my profile page, so I can let you know what exactly to change? Thanks!

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pluzzi Purchased

Hey, i sent you another mail – because i’m experiencing some trouble with the solution when using mobile devices.. Did you receive it?

Hi – I’m having trouble with the php email form. All I have changed is the $address field where I have entered my own email address instead of the sample address. The live website says that the email has been sent successfully but I never receive it.

Even after hosting the original template files with just my email address updated, it still doesn’t seem to work. You can view the test site here:

http://lollypopdesign.co.uk/clients/lollypop/test/index.html

Any ideas?

Thanks

ppandp

Do you have an active spam filter?

Default-user

I’ve checked the spam filters and no email in there. Are there any specific settings needed on the host server in order for the email functionality to work?

Default-user

I found this post on the FAQ section of my web hosting company. Is it possible to update the contact.php file to make it compatible with these instruction?

Many thanks

Possibly one of the most popular ways to send a form submission is the use of the PHP mail function. Due to a recent server update customers who choose to use this method will need to include an extra variable in their code.

What needs to be included is;

1. A variable that tells the script where the email is being sent from; For example; $SendEmail =”enquire@domainname.com”; 2. Adding this variable onto the end of the mail() function. Below is a very basic php script.

The important part here is the ‘-f’.$SendEmail at the end of the mail() function. The ‘-f’ although not a php command is a sendmail parameter that is telling our mailserver the mail is being sent from the $SendEmail address and nowhere else.

$nameField = $_POST[‘name’]; $emailField = $_POST[‘email’]; $SendEmail =”enquiry@domainname.com”; $body = <<< EOD Name: $nameField Email: $emailField EOD; $headers = “From: $emailField\r\n”; $headers .= “Content-type: text/html\r\n”; $sucess = mail($webMaster, $emailSubject, $headers, $body, ‘-f’.$SendEmail);

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